Looks like another cold night tonight, although not quite as cold last night where many locations around the area dropped to only a few degrees above zero. My weather station at home dropped to a wind chill of -17. YIKES!!! Glad I was under a few extra blankets! Tonight it appears we will fall into the lower teens and hold steady with clouds building into the area and helping to keep us stable as far as the temps are concerned. Strong winds out of the Northwest from 10-15 mph will make things feel closer to zero, if not below at times, so bundle up!!
Snow will start developing overnight in the Northern Miami Valley and slowly work their way southward as we head towards and through the morning. Snow showers will be a little more widespread and numerous tomorrow afternoon. The computer models are showing about 1.5 inches to the far northern reaches of the Valley, and up to an inch for the southern part of the Valley. Another decent shot of snow looking to arrive late Thursday and Friday.... I will keep you posted on that... Have a good one!
Andrew Buck Michael